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V - 17 Shoats for sale. K. L. Brod beck. Kmcst Thornhlll was a St Joseph visitor, Wednesday. Mrs. I,cc Cotton wns shopping in St. .Inenh. l'rldny. Mrs. Jrmcs (Jclvln was n St. Jo seph visitor, Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Kreck was shopping in St. Joseph, Tliursdny. .Mrs. fam l.orrmnn was shopping in St. jixenh. Tuesdiiv. Ml. i-.vnns aim wire wcio M, Jo- unit I'liltnfa. Tliilt-clnt Harney Stnlcup made n business trip to St. Joseph, Monday. . Mrs. Sid Vnndcvcr mid sun were St. Joseph visitors, Monday. Ml.. Clni-,,1,.,1 iii...i. ., n. .1...... nine in St. JoMMili. Thursday. d'enrco Drake made a business trip to St. Joseph. Sutunln,. 1'red Alklre was trinnct,ng !ul ness In St. Joseph, Wednesday. Mrs. i:i!n Watson mnde u busl it., trln In Amniitiili M.....lni. France Dawson and Galen Mills were m. jnsetiii victors, lucsiluy iiaiiam itnsnlr n n liusines visitor In St. Jn.eph, Sntunl.iy. Mrs. J. W. Chandler, of Oregon, visum witii relative liere, Wednes lltlV. Miss Addle Jnmlson attended the teachers' meeting nt Inrlics, Sntur nay --J. l-yons is having n new pa nice num. iJicK riuiimier Is doing tin work. Ilenrt fnm1i. u-lfrt mnl l.nt.i. i.I. .ltcd Sunday with Jake lialsvr and 1 11111111 . rrnnk Ilakcr and Win. Ilnulcy visneii rciniive in rornes, .Mo., Wed ncsday. I)r. I'. I!. tllllliu-k mmln n l.ii.l ness trip to Mound City, Tuesday inornlnt. Win. linker, Sr., visited with Mis. Al llroek ond family, near I'mbes, Tliursdny. Miss Allle Wllllnms, of Fortes rue. viiiei unn mends several days, Inst week. Kills Murray, of Lnrned, Kan "Hi I '"m"'' vi,ll"K (-'li I'lynn linn luillliy, . llnrry Milne, of I'mbe. Mo.. vl ltil Sunduy, with Dr. I". K. Ilullock nnu lamny. ,. . , J""M' Dawson and Miss hat ierine, were St. Joseph shoppers, I nil- Mrs. Chns. llruntinVyer nnd Mrs John Mmht were shopping In St. Jo. scnli. I rli ni'. Mrs. Chris Jamison visited Weil V....1"' Mr fMw million .iiiiiit, ui wicgnn. Sain Waddle and family, of Nod way, visited with his mother, sever ill days, this week. Win. Ilawley. of Tcxhomn, Okla homo, Is here, visiting with Frank Haker ami other relutlves. -Jack "alter, of Whiting. Kansas, is here, visiting his father, Win. Hik er, .Sr.. and other relatives -rather J. J Cuffcrky held ser v ccs at Craig, Friday, nnd held scr . ,-. mniizonin, auniiny. v I.' KTTi ''aver and Mrs. Chu, anJloozlcr vhdted, Monday uftcr noon, with Mrs. J. T. Scott. , Aiwrt Jones ami family lime moved hack from St. Joseph, nnd me V. " rvi niiusr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Martin ate jne prouu parents or u new baby girl born, Monday, April l 117. ,.?ilr? Klm'r "f .Vapier. vi ited w th her sister. Mrs. J 'hill, .Srhlotihuucr, n few duys tills week (Jurem-p llmiilfill ,.f u, t i. M "I' ?l1i:,,,l",1 visiting his fMleri iiuiMian, nun inner relntivej. Mrs. I., llroek visited with her lauKhter. Mi. W. A. Taylor, at (.rail, .ntuidiiy nieht and Sunday. m w u."c. "rr.py tin.) her sfster, Mrs. . W. Hniris, of Auhiirn, Ned were St. Jose(ih visitors. Wednesduv -Mrs. J. . Dean uml chlldien, ,,f erciyal. Iowa. vislte, several days last week with lleit Hamilton and wife. John Nolnml ami wife, Oral No land nml wife, nnd Mrs. Clius. Hoover motored to St. Joseph, In John' ear, Ihursday. i " ,l71, V "off's, who hwUieon here vis tlni her sister, Mrs. ltlley rurney. left for her home In Auhurn, Neli., Satunlay. ..-TV' '.'11"r"cl uml ilnuKhter. Miss i it ""uck s par Your Little Polks Easter Shoes and Yours tnn are now ready here JUST A LITTLE BETTER 'QUALITIES SlYLRH A LITTLE SMARTER FITTED VOHE CAREFULLY HERE THAN ELSEWHERE. IT'S A SATI ?FACT0nY SHOE STORE. Service- by Mall PoslpalJ. 507 Felix St. St. Joseph, Mo. Members Retail Merc'nts Ass'n Railroad Fares Rebated. Train or Auto. nnd will ko on to Fairfax, Mo., where he will nttend the "I'rnyer and Spe cial Training of the Workers," and win reium nome .-iiiiurnay, April i. ii. v V ...i. ...I .. i. . .. ,.. ft , lUllllll ftft Itft,- ter from his sister-in-law. Mrs. Juliu Hall, of Sacramento, California, stnt- Inv llitil llm nii... ,11 lil. .Iiilil..u death, Mrs. liny Vernon, was not due in mi operation lor upenoiciiis, nui frillll nn flliei-fltlnn fur tlliiinr. mi. I utlier complications. There will he set vices at the Cnthollr Chuirli nt I'orest City, on I.OimI l'rlilni nt Ti.'tll n ti 1'lw. .mi.. jict will he, "Stntlons of the Cro nnd Sfiriimn nn llin I'n.Mt.m Thnin win lie .Mass at W..W ii. nr. on Kuster lllllllIIV. TUIIIHTI. ".Nlirillllll .ill I lift' nil li of Christ." Non-Catholics cordially BA Mlll'tlfl.n .llllllAH ll'tl. .'. .... .. "r'i" Km ii "ii in-uiKe ifuiKe, uiviay, iprii i, lie iiik ins niriiKiby. All present report u imp iiiiM. I iirmn Willi villi- nnu ent Were Mlnni llrnlin nml in...ll.. Walter Drake and fumlly, and Kmnm t i 1 1 .i. i . i . 'iirii, mi ui ni, josepn; r.mery ll.ivlftl nml rnmlll' lf. A..rtM I..,.... ...... . ft ...(r. niuiii ,ftimii nnd IlllliV. Mrn. Ilmrn ltnlmi-1 tl Cora lllnes. all of Mound City: Win. Miiuisfin, oi uieiron; rtnnur Drake or .uuncn iiiuiis, iowu; jolin .MecK and inniny oi I-or lies. n1!.-. ui ft .,. i . . i.i . . ir it. i. u. met wim i:. I. Itlchardson lnt Tiie.ilnt- tl Tl I -n in n wmi me nostess ns leader. Many helpful talks und sutrirestlons were made by the members. Miss Clarabel urocK sanir "At the Knd or a lleautl ful Day," In her usual chnrnilnir man ner. Mrs. Cotton Kuve. a lendinir, wliirh uni iiimlk niitiifw.Itil...l l.i. ..II .. . - I'll IHIi I 1 hose present were: Mcsdames I). C. niiiiiaru. rerry lurney, a. J. Cotton, IE. V. I'llllku- Ml., f 'lni-!il...l ll.u.b anil ine nosiess. The follow Ink proKrnm will be Riven Saturday nlKht, April T, nt the City Hall, for the banrar by the ladles of the Christian church: Instrumental Solo Lewis Class. Headline HelMTcn llnyd. I)llll,(rui(l Villi Hi. hi. f.. fi..lt In" Clarahell llroek, Kloreiice I'itx. mnurice. Itcndlni:- Mrs. I'ittmiuirlee. Mnle Uiinrtrlle "Tin l.onir Trail" Messrs llert I'alr hunks. Haloid Illtl. 11 U'. Mull.... J. M. Shiimnte. Itenilini; Doris llroek. IhKtnilili.littit 1 1. 1 mini,.. III!.. I.. i iii til i. n. ..iuiiiiii I. ' l,k'eilll"Mi... m.mj U .ft.. .....I .... .... ...,Hlfl1 r. mii; iftini hieer. Misses llroek and Cass, ii it . ... ii'u'iiiik .urs. Aiuiur cotton. Nhii by Chorus. DKI.l'llOS. I'roKaflni. The fiilliiu-Iin I. II... .im..-.... . . v. ;" i'h'kiih ii ui.- iimiri oiiiik iieiTice io lie ren- Mound City, Wwlnenlay nluht i 77 'ah'y .Ul"1 ""' -'l'l,i "r uusiien, uiurorniu, l iiday inorninir, where they will mako their .uIUm non e wmi .niss .Mary Haley Mrs. 1. P. I'itllilllUrle.i nml mi: Mnrjoiie nnd Heeler, were vlsltinir Rlitnriil i nn. ftl.l I. Jltxiiinuricc home, und leturned to uiireiiu, rnuay evenlnj. . K. M. Irvlnir mid wile, wlm hnv lieen here vlsltinir their dauKhtcr, Mm. l're, Alklie uml son, left Mon -J eeunir. ior (inllntln, Mfskouil. where they will make their future! Ask Ki Mcl'arlund why ho car. rics sucn a smile on his fnce? If t"r.rft?tri,."ll?!n i'""1 ,H',,n 'levcloplnc n our city the last two weeks. Tho boy scouts erected Old Cilory on a ft r on V,10 1 r,lnco 11111 and several Thn Srlmnrr.tts c-i i i ... . ?-'!a'.cv?,n,K' a.f,e.r 'ven months' -I miwi, rt snort proirram was ''"'I the teacher, Miss MM dred Dickson, returned to her homo III Mti. tlUM-'JlH, 10 nZ?e&K K Coo,cy' wlfc " Miss Grace fcfner went to Chllllcothe.- Mo last Tuen iiv. Mmmi. ii? "lie.'.M0- trip, ; They also vlsUed at Sfor,, am' " j '"""ume Wednesday. time "p,endid ,rP mA tooi Tha ladles nt . ni 1..1 "J ftii'i'yjl?"' satur-lay, AprJf 7, " 'huTZl w" icecream and cake Lai.iMr. and will render BS! " -wii"wuni'luc ior UI mtvwu. -l .,. , 1.1C .ii IJiiU, 1IJ.I.l, , . . . . wncea, u us day, I'lelude. Vlrti-nlii Sonci Congregation. Scriptuni Iteadinir, Invocation. Anthem, "Christ Our I'uss-ovcr," Choir. ...!)u.l,A Ml1""" 'f',o McDonald und hthel dreene. Vocul solo, Victrola. Iteaillnif, Miss llurnclt. Solo, Supplication, Mr. Jlnnson Murray. Anthem, "I Am the Jlesurrcctlon," Choir. ' 1 Solo, Miss Klcanor Kunkel. Tulk on the Itesurrection, Itev. C. V. Hand. Duct, Miss Murshall and Mrs. Ih mcr, Anihfin, "When I Survey flic Wondrous Cross," Choir. Oircrtory. Victrolu. Sonjr, Congregation, llenedlction. . News From Crils Sheriff Crouscr was attending to me mines 01 nis omce in uraig, r ri nay. Mrs. W. Ii. HnmhmiKh visited the later portion of the week In Fair IJ1X. Dr. I'. I). Keelcy. of Ncmalin, Nehraskn, wai In Cinlg a short time, 1- rmny. Mr. Chns Crifflth, ofSt. Joseph, was here Thurfdny, looking after hU fori lug interti ts near town. Our County Knglnrer, Jno. i'cret, was n Vl.ltor, Wednesduv, in the home of his sbler, .Mm. J. O. Sellers. - The Modern Woodmen nl Crnlg, sent live neiegnies in tlie county con vent inn, in Mound City, Wednesdav - Attorney llert i'yle, lepiesent inir the Ilurlliif tnn. una In r'l-nl.. .Mondav. liKiklni. 1111 'In. Inii..i. ..r 1 11c sysicin. .ll'. nn. I Ml. l"l..i. M. 111.1. linn .'II VIIIIIIJIMI, nnd daughter Mrs. Multby, motored to i'U Joreph, Tiiesdny inoinltig, to en joy in" liny. Mi. Stnnley Krusn perchasei Hie ST.MPflll nil IrnM.ii. I... I tt-l . .... ...v lli-illlVS- day. that has been on exhibition nt me iiien iiauiware. Mr. nnil Mi-.. I nti--......A iiiii.ih.. " " iiHiit.ini ft i-niuu ion, or near rortescue, motored to i-mtg, i-rlilay, nnd transacted busl ness with our stores. ' AttlllTllH' It. I.. Allnlnn ..r M.....l --. -" ... ..11.UIII, CitV. n In fViilc. VV..I,...1.. w . , . . ..... . l.l 111 last week, attending to matters per laming 10 nis proiession. I'rof. W. L llutts was culled to wear Horn, luem nr. in niinmi 11. r.. lirei 01 a enllsln. .Ml.. IVIl.iM ... -I.I. . .....ril. T , .....i ivi, ') suppuen in nis nnsenre. .ir. ann .urs. miger .McCoy were in SL Jn.pnh. U'n.lnn..l.... i 1... Week. Thei mmln llw. i.n.i 11.. i - f ... ....,ii .iii;ir new fourpinsenger roadster, Kmplre. nr icurn ironi rcliaiile Informa tion that no less than seventeen pc- iiiitmn iiir inriiiiMtrktiiiti ti'nn .,.,... .ir. Jnini'ji Culvert, sho Imn been, thr wvnivr part if tlm winter, at the llOlllf Of II einiltflt(ir tn Kn...eiu -'!.. retuiiHil Kri.lay to ronuiln in Crnijc! lumm nn- puiiiinnr. Mrs. .t. V.. TlinillanH n.l ll . . , "llll-WI, ftftllll .iiiftji e&rlus 1 ImiiiMiiti io. 111111.1 r... 1 ell lllufN. Siiiiil.ii. 1.. ..l.i. 1.. .1 home of their uncle, .Sander Thoni- sun, ior several unys. John J. Comhi, who has lieen nuite sick the major portion of the winter, mnile Ids rir.i vl.11 ,.. 1. . Thurixlny. Ills many friends In Crulir "'"."'i greei nun. Mrs. Clyde Hart, of St. Josepn, returned home S'niur, m- ,.n.,- 1 Ing a week or mine nt the home of ui iiiirems, .nr. nnu .Mrs. A. It. Os ..nrne. In the Cherrydnle community. Mrs. A. II. Huntsman left Frlduy, Ior K11n.11. f'lliv 1,. I... ... J. ....... ... ifv pivreni, ui me funeral of her brother, Hay Kngllsh, ...... .,. nuiiim a iienm in u rail road accident, near Waseca, Mlnne sotn, last week. . Till! .llr.1.. Iil. ra. . . Drainage District held a business scs slon In Craig, Wednesday, of last week. Important matters were dis cussed, und several Improvement were clodded on. ,v ' i lie measles ore prcvulcnt in several of the school districts', neni liere. Un ...m !. i.....r. . m ini- iiiaiiuih; ii nielli 11111 inrri nun 1. in .. 1 ... i- 1 1 V e"j'"" in mu-iiiiunce ut helso has diminished m eight, und several other school ate affected nearly us bad. . T. isi und J, ! Tlinmiison wern In Jinn villi.. TI11H..1,... .-.1 i.i.i.i.... - - --.. ...... r,.p u1 -Uy, in . ' i .i.; ,,"" l'anersli i with C. M. Wick ser. hnvo mini.. ,1,., 1 for the large garage in Hint eilv nml are oneiutliiL II in 11... .......1 .ft ... iliiveling public of Mnryville. -i.nsi .Monday, while Klmcr II, Kl'eilllll. VVII. Iiiilnn.lln.. .. ..I . . 1 . 1 ' " "iiK ii inuuii ironi ,.M.l,"r','.,ln,.", ,,llck t tl"" lioinv of W i lilllll llnl't. ...nil. ..t 11.11 i, :y 1 1 "i iiiHii. u- Hum .Mr (.dun. in n DimIi-i. nit, inn Into the IriirL- I.....LI.... ...1.. 1 II II - "miniiiu nil- n. shield and bumper guard. The Dodge Was Crillll III eiilli.lil..ral,l.. I... 1 , 11 v iiwi.il-. Illll Wo have: not learned how badly.- 1 ie sciiooi ami city elections passed off very iulclly. There were mi contests. Messrs. Thn. Wnnl und II. A. Serll'l.i.r (v.ir.i l.nA .11. ... ... .iii.pi.-,, .in 1-.-. nr"r twin of three, years, nnd Dr. ? " """ "u cijosen ior ine unex 11 reil term of ono year. In the city, M. I'. iSmitn was elected street com mlskhiiift.-- VV u 'ri...... - -1.1 ,1 " ' iiuiiii""!. Hiiierman first wnnl, and thus. Cles, alderman second ward. Adolph Asendorf sold his farm, iV...?'. ,mvn " frw ago to C. .lr,,,Wiicllrr i"111 W- s- Thomson for ?ri,l)00. who In turn trndeil it for .1 transfer business in Muryvllle. We ItllVli lief.n tnl.l ll.nl l... tZ... 1 1 : ,v .MM. inn , huh nun iiei-ii traded three or four time since then, nui us even trading property It will .1 . .1 'vr. " orn mronncd that till' .Mlsxiilir llli-nr I. ..ll.... 1. nwny ut a very rapid rate. m ni ironi Twin Foils, Idaho, states Uml Cm.l,,.. 11 cwn. I our esteemed citizen. Mrs. Adnli hmltli, hus established Himself t Kimlierlv. 11 inun uu.. ...nn.. Twin Kin: in r, ,M . "MiiniiiK UUBIIIVS-I, I V. I. Ai Notes. The last jnectlng of tho Alliance wns led by Mis Ncttlo lluct.er, and It wus an Interesting one, too. Tho utlendance wa gooif, including dcv eral visitfim. Tim I lin,.M. ...1 l-.. . , " I i i.i c al Culture Committee will have churge of the Kastcr Sunday meeting and there is no doubt that it will bo wonn unending. Kra'OKTKII. Worth While. Wllllnm In.Anl. ..Ill ..II ...I , . I . 11 , 1 ..tftii uim uco you with a' nice line of Dry Goods. lire fiiuwla rlnl.lM L... , T ... '. I""."" "IU A UI - nlshlnir fJoodn. Ha win ..11 at your home. It will nav von tor see him. He haa hundreds of patrons in Holt, county, who are well AAtUfiftwl Ull'tl kl. nJ. I AdrertUeraant. i' '0 1 1 --For Sale- cWaS good. Iron .he contracting parties. These young leople drove, In the 'Gaffnoy car to vVatson and from there were occom lanieil to Omaha, hy Mr. and Mrs. lerrett McN'cal, who. Is an uncle of the bride. Mrs. Gnffney Is .the loughler of Mr. Kverctt Hollanl, fof- icrly engaged In the banking busl less here and at Watson, Fairfax and 'innlly nt St. Joseph. She Is pretty tnd nccompllsheil, and has many friend who wlh her a 'bon voyage' )n the mntrimnnlul waters. Dewitt 8 tin oldest, sin of Mr. nnd Mrs. Km iie't (!nl'fney, highly honored In the Klk lnlo conniiinity. These young people will take up tho 'thread of life nn the farm, n.ur Mr. (Jaffney'e other. COOD-KNOUGH. I The Leader Itrnlim nnd lllnlr. Mr .tnnir. flllti-lr wit. n t.m-il Cit vl-llor, Satuidoy. - i rum-is rltzmniirice vislteil over yumiaj with I-led Cason. - vr. I'. I.. Olson spent Saturday with lelatlves In 'Mound City. . Mim. A. f llnrmnn nml tfa Alls' in Hall were visitor In Ilcntoni l 0111 ine. Miss l.ela Williams has closed n verv snereAsfiit term nf .i-tww.l In Montirello. r. nnd Mrs. Smith Derr attend lit the fllnernl nf .tntim IZnlvIn In Oregon Sunday. lien Terhunc nnd family, of Mnuiid rltv. were vlilfnm In ll.t. commiin tv. Sundov. John Fries and family, of Mound wty, spent Kuminy with Mr. nnd Mm. .Iilmes I nlllns. Miss Marian Dillon and brother run), nl Mnuntl CTItv. u-nm Iui.Imm.. visitors in ims vicinuy, .Monilay. . .hiss iiiuny nail and Agnes Williams spent Friday, visiting Mis i,em mninms- school at .Monticello. Mr.. I I. Illil.r.l...n r L-.. est City, vislteil Saturday with her patents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 0. Swope. - Mesdame I'ierson nnd lleilgi cock, who have been very sick at the home of their son nnd nenhew ore veu much Improved at this writing. O. K. frv 11 t-ntliemv rnl.tm. I.nlr..!. $I.ini sewed on. GKItAI.I) A. KINti! Robert Evans Thl (in run tinn utn In ihta rnty. munity now one year and from the hK)k of UiIk Htirlntr rnlttt utilrti already been loaleil ho I certainly proving lun self n grrat sire. iioiiert r.vans is un American-bred I'enrheron horse, K years old this May: tin 11 Inrifn flnt linni. 11 i,n...l l.v..A.i lack, 11 beautiful dark dappled bav. 'erfeet In eonforinntlon. snlemliii nf. tlon: no better breedlnir horse In llm eotintyj weighing IIMIO lbs In condl tlon, and nf 11 very kind disposition, .my iii-yeur-oiii noy can Jinmllo him. We Never Misrepresent Our Goods. The Leader An Event of Wonderful Importance The Coming of the Easter Season When Easier comes it means Hint the season of flowers and ot new fresh foliage for all the trees and shrubs has really arrived. And as nature is newly and freshly adorned in a beautiful manner, so it is tdso very appropriate that the ladies secure, new Wearing Appaiel for Sprin and summer use that should He purchased now at this time. And when von make vour selections, we feel sure yon will de cide that our nice garments nre the best and most stylish that ou can, find anywhere. 605 to 611 Felix Street ST. JOSEPH. MO. We Rebate Railroad Fares and Automobiles. TEARE & RTJLEY BIG JUMBO In n lllfil-lr Mnmmnlli .fnnlr n tin ms been in this community now one emir. Iniit kpnuiin luilno- til. tru .an- son for service. Jumlio Is 4 years old, hus a U-inch lionc below tho knee, in hands high, a large broad foot ami not u nimnte of anv kind nn thl .Iai-V KTn nl.l .fn,-t, .am. r.r utXtt Joints or anything of tho kind. Illack ,""" "rienns 01 (ionlon, hero In I as a crow, wun wnuo points; a very his old home town, uro delighted to'1""? D0y' nm' B001' nnd close in the learn or hi ni',i.iuii.ii..ft uti.... .iri.inir ...in i n 1 , , " oiiuuuuii, nnu Will follow his career ulll. n,l.l.l ft.Mift.-vft iftini wmei Iileusure. u tiii.v n.i... t.1. -.... - i --- i.v inn iuiuiu m. vanceiuents In the world of business ami finance. Ills mother is contem plating joining him in tho near fut Dreudful Twins for the benefit of the Crulg -public library, returned from Ori.trnn U'.l..l-.: . last week highly elated over file 'cor ff -Wfltion Rfvcn thqm by the pen pie of that enterprising city. ' The loyal support given them netted tho trensarv .. .i.n . V . ji T . . ' ' ii tiuuant, wnicli added to that alreadv aeeutnul. . totals over $200.00, which will defray the expenses of the library for a per- . "i r ? --r. ine mines who have been so loyal to tho II rary cause are deserving of much & t0&Mr f1ce of tlmfl ind Aiwr a fifteen-day courtshln. Mis. Lulu BaiUrd, 0f THilart, Caf? .kt VSSLFB, way a .rprlM to 'the cominS' and, partlcalarty- to Uw parenU of flunk This Horse and Jack nre both sure breeders, as over 85 per cent of last season's breeding are showing safely in foal. Itobcrt Kvuns and Illg Jumbo will make the season at my own place this season, better known as tho old'I.uck liurdt place. Just go north from tho Auto Sales garage as far as you can go, which takes you to the Charles Meyer place, then turn west toSny residence, which Is a largo .brick house and, a largo red barn. Come and look my stuff over, TERMS AS FOLLOWS l $12.50 on both 'Horse and Jack to insure a living colt Will not chargo for any deformities. Cure will be taken to prevent 'accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. If the mare is trailed or 'disposed of at any time after ahe is bred, the. service fee becomes due ris-ht then and th'M ' a becomes due right then and there, ' A It win i 'w. ui n.i -jjft ,i .TIT w O ui t COUP. JI.aWOwj.r and Keener. P (r tm-WON, 'MISSOURI, are prepared to serve you with an up-to-date stock of Spring Goods NEW PROCESS, NEW PER FECTION, and PURITAN OIL STOVES, also the celebrated DETROIT WICKLESS OIL STOVE We have on hand a good line of Farm Implements which were bought in 1916 and you will find our prices VERY LOW. TEARE & RULEY Hardware Heating Plumbing Wilson Items, Mrs. Kmma Quick was a Forbes visitor, Saturday. Dewey McAfee visited In Oregon, Saturday afternoon. Hunting garden and potatoes is tho latest In our neighborhood, Dun Sines, who was klrkeil In u horso last Monday, is better nt this writing. rhiit-ti.t, nml Inlm niin.l. cl.nll,l corn at Andrew McAfee's, Friday and ouiuniav, Dell Dridgcs, who was stricken with paralysis n few weeks ago, Is improving very well at this writing. Elmer Douglas and family will leave us this week for Iolu. Kunsas, where thev will make their fntnm home. i Sadie Dridgcs; Alma Teschner Anil Nftlllftft lint) PllvnKnlli M.ll spent Sunday afternoon with Lillian ft, n di j . mrs. vun onieift mna son, r reu, anrl' Mrs. nnd M. T-Tltftftjiv TlmiMlni.. were Oregon, and Forest City '-'visitors, "Thursday, t i n I . T- I . . . . i . binncir icKimrr Yiuvea Mr. Womaek. Sundsv.nlirhl wn tniaW H4 did. Wa'.'llan't'leiaftiiMU.I .U Jesse McAfee, Luther Slpes, Fred B.Pi7'nA mtt vf'!:' '''""e Teschner, Sadie Ilr dges. Nell and Kllzubeth Mc Afee and Lillian Slpes. IiUllV. o Hluff City Sunday School. Lust Subboth was a little cloudy nml rainy nt Sumlny School time. to do their part. There were .17 pres. ent and the collection wus 87 cents. o hopo for more next Sunday. Was Ised to be with us next Sunday. Itc inemlter nevt Q,,.i.... i ' T ". hn ... i Z "-"""ii " r.asicr and nm wo 've Sunday School at 2:00 Card of Thanks. .l . w.ant t0 "ffer our heartfelt ness" of thJ VfyPhrand'klnd: ? .if the. nelK'1"- and friends dur hSLtSX 8lcJules; an1 oath of our &agrthw' "d "r the MRS. J. T. GELVIN, ' ' -and -Children. ')'.': ii d nt -'in '.-jiibb Srot-vi-i-.. rr.. wu "th ! atiCorBiaf7loiro.